Too Many Hasselhoffs

I recently received an email from Audible (my usual supplier of audiobooks) notifying me of a new release:  Up Against the Wall.  The book was written by David Hasselhoff, and the audio version was narrated by David Hasselhoff.  Nothing too strange there, as authors often narrate their own work if they have good voices.  Things got a bit weirder when I got to the blurb, and discovered that the two main characters are … David Hasselhoff and … a David Hasselhoff impersonator.

hasselhoffUp Against the Wall

I haven’t read the book, so I can’t say whether that’s actually too many Hasselhoffs.

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9 comments

  1. And Hasselhoff on the cover? Yeah, definitely too many Hasselhoff’s!

    1. Ha, I totally forgot to mention that one!

  2. One is too many for me.

    1. I have vague childhood memories of watching Knight Rider, but can’t remember any specifics. I completely missed out on the Baywatch series, and can’t remember anything else he might have done.

  3. Whoa, I’d keep far from this just based on your observations 😉 Definitely too many Hasselhoffs, even after Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 😉

    1. That reminds me, I haven’t seen the second one. My wife watched it on a plane, so I’m going to have to pick a weekend when she’s working and check it out.

      1. There I could bear even David Hasselhoff – the movie was fun 😉

  4. I don’t get the Hasselhoff cult status thing. He had middling appeal at his peak stardom.

    1. Good thing he’s not invincible, like Chuck Norris.

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